This isn't junk mail. I share my best advice on breastfeeding, pregnancy and motherhood.
Breastfeeding? Yeah, it can be a wild ride...
...and doing it solo sometimes feels overwhelming. But you're not alone in this. Promise. 😊
My life completely changed in 2015 when I had my daughter, Quinn. The anxiety and overwhelm that comes with the learning curve of motherhood...took me by complete surprise! Breastfeeding can be tough stuff and the information around this topic can feel so confusing to navigate. That's where I come in.
My in-person sessions are great for the mom who's struggling with anything from a tricky latch to a low milk supply...I'm here to help you get back to that sweet time with your baby. I also love meeting with families prenatally to prevent common breastfeeding issues and set you up for success!
Need the personal touch?
Breastfeeding can go much smoother when you know the basics before delivery. I'll teach you all the tricks around positioning + hand expression so you can prevent common problems and spend more time connecting with baby in those first days and hours.
cannot wait to meet you and your baby!
With coverage through Lactation Network, there is a one-time initial co-pay of $100 and then up to 6 visits are fully covered.
Without insurance coverage, my virtual and office visits are $175 and I provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance for out of network.
apply for coverage
I work with an incredible company called Lactation Network, and they accept the following insurance plans:
Blue Shield PPO, Blue Cross PPO,
Anthem PPO, Cigna PPO, VA CCN,
Most plans utilizing Mutiplan and PNOA.
My life's work is built around things I wish I knew when I was a first time mom. The amount of tears and struggle it would have saved me...those fleeting newborn days that are precious, yet oh so tricky. The thing is, these tips work and I've got some really great free blogs for you to binge and try out first.
breastfeeding just got a whole lot easier.
If you're like many breastfeeding mamas, you often feel tied down and left out. And admitting you feel that way doesn't make you a bad mom–feeding around the clock makes it tough to do anything or go anywhere!
Check it out here!